”Ve & fasa” is an old Swedish saying to express shock and dreadfulness. It was founded by us, Anna and Amanda, two friends with a mutual passion for the obscure and with a strong belief in equality for all. In addition to our foundation in veganism, we share an interest in macabre art and odd objects. Our brand is inspired of the dark Scandinavian forest; Gnarled and scattered, with the truly morbid and peculiar constantly present.

Anna has a bachelor's degree in art history and is responsible for the creative work. Amanda has studied both behavioral science and sustainability at the university. She handles the administration and is Ve & fasa's own injector of ideas.


The fashion industry is one of the world's largest and most horrible industries where the textile workers live on slave wages and the earth is constantly mistreated. Therefore, we strive to run Ve & fasa in a way that does not involve exploitation of humans and that continues to pollute our planet. Words such as "ethical production", "sustainable materials" and "reuse" therefore form the foundation of our collections.

Our own clothing range is deeply rooted in our values and the vision is a platform that moves freely between creativity and darkness. Among our collaborations you can find more established artists, and less acknowledged ones, who are united by an expression in line with our distinctive aesthetics. We have also hand-picked suppliers that stand out from the mass and many of them share our dark undertone. What they have in common is that they in one way or another work on a small scale and with a sustainable and ethical mindset in their production. 


You can shop anywhere, at any time, via our webshop and if you want to visit us you are welcome to our store at Mariatorget on Södermalm in Stockholm. It's a small place in true Ve & Fasa-spirit and we're open Thursday - Friday from 12-6pm and Saturday from 12-4pm. Here you can shop on site or pick up your products that you ordered on the website. Please keep an eye on our social media before your visit as there may be changes in our opening hours.



Opening hours:

Thursday 12-6 pm

Friday 12-6 pm

Saturday 12-4 pm

Irregular opening hours 2024

Thursday, 20th June: 12pm - 6pm
Friday, 21st June: CLOSED
Saturday, 22nd June: CLOSED

Visiting adress: 

Brännkyrkagatan 30

118 22 Stockholm

How to find us:

The store is a 3-minute walk from the subway. Take the red subway to Mariatorget and go north on Swedenborgsgatan about 150 m to Hornsgatan. Go up the hill towards Mariaberget at Blecktornsgränd. The shop is on the left corner, very welcome!